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kolor color scheme 676 11409 Colorful and eye comfortable. With 256 color terminal support.
wombat256.vim color scheme 625 59336 Wombat for 256 color xterms
xterm16.vim color scheme 623 10341 An adjustable contrast color scheme for GUI and 8, 16 or 256 color terminals.
moria color scheme 622 22302 A color scheme for GUI supposed to be highly readable
mimicpak color scheme 494 2465 Converted colorschemes from other Editors/IDEs, plus originals.
xoria256.vim color scheme 488 26946 Soft pastel gamma on dark background, same appearence in {,g}vim
github theme color scheme 473 33257 A gvim colorscheme based on github's syntax highlighting
★darkZ★ color scheme 445 3232 ★★Try my best to make it looks more comfortable:P
darkspectrum color scheme 436 13936 a gvim color scheme based on the oblivion color scheme for gedit
Iceberg color scheme 403 3867 A dark blue color scheme with calm color palette
tesla color scheme 397 3132 A dark color scheme for the GUI
vividchalk.vim color scheme 354 21114 A colorscheme strangely reminiscent of Vibrant Ink for a certain OS X editor
desert256.vim color scheme 314 28429 A slightly-modified desert theme, for 88- and 256-color xterms.
oceanblack.vim color scheme 312 8070 dark scheme (soft blue/green on black), easy on the eyes
mayansmoke color scheme 285 13368 Ergonomic light-background color scheme.
twilight color scheme 257 25297 A clone of Textmates twilight scheme
navajo-night color scheme 237 9016 A blue scheme, inverse of navajo
PaperColor.vim color scheme 226 8469 Light & Dark Vim color scheme inspired by Google's Material Design
matrix.vim color scheme 213 12419 MATRIX like colorscheme
Sorcerer color scheme 208 6297 Dark-background color scheme (GUI/256-color terminal).
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